Welcome to an all-new episode of Growing Bolder’s What’s Next. This week, we’re paying tribute to all of the 2020 graduates, especially those whose positive outlooks inspire us during these tough times. Plus, legendary TV writer Susan Silver weighs in on the passing of her friend Jerry Stiller.
In this episode of What’s Next with Marc, Bill and Laura, famed famed adventurer Diana Nyad joins to offer up a pep talk. Plus, we get the inside scoop on what it takes to create a tv show and magazine right in the midst of a worldwide pandemic.
This week, we have a chat with the creative minds behind “Corona Bubble Boy” and share some helpful tips on stocking your pantry and cooking at home.
Even while self-quarantining, do your brain a favor and leverage the power of creative engagement. It’s a proven way to help keep your brain active and healthy. Get inspired by these examples of creativity in action.
Welcome to Growing Bolder What’s Next, hosted by Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer. This week, we welcome Laura Savini, an award-winning public broadcasting producer and host, to the show to discuss something we all seem to be dealing with lately — insomnia.
We all feel a little helpless at times. We want to make a difference but don’t always know what to do or how to help. Here are a couple ideas to get started.
It’s important to remember during these days of self-quarantine that if want to keep moving, you have to keep moving. Granted, It’s a little bit tougher during the pandemic but the benefits are worth the effort. Just ask 103-year-old Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins.
It can be a challenge to stay active when our gyms, swimming pools, playgrounds, yoga and dance studios are all closed. Let these stories inspire you to keep moving because the benefits are nothing short of improving your overall quality of life.
So, what’s next? Growing Bolder’s What’s Next with Marc and Bill is what’s next! Welcome to the first episode of our new LIVE weekly show, hosted by GB’s Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer.
COVID-19 does have most of us staying home these days, but it can’t stop us from protecting our brains. One way to do that is through novel, physical activity. Here’s how Stephen Jepson stays active and keeps his brain fit.